By Joe Pyritz, Public Information Officer, Pinal County
Issuance of open burning permits will commence on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. Purchase Your Burn Permits Online (starting October 1, 2019)
To obtain a BURN permit:
- Print the HELP DOCUMENT before you access the application on-line. *Help Document (Click here)
- On-Line Application (Click here)
- In-person at one of the locations listed below.
Burn permits are not approved if:
- THE date that you wish to start burning is more than 10 days from the date the application is received.
- APPLICATION received by fax.
- PROHIBITED items were requested to be burned.
- INFORMATION submitted is incomplete.
- A High Pollution Advisory (Particulate Matter) has been issued for areas within Area A.
** If you reside within the Superstition Fire & Medical District coverage area, please click here prior to obtaining a burn permit **
Types of Fires include:
- Training Exercise
- Building Demolition
- Dangerous Materials
- Air Curtain Destructors
- Failure to comply with burn permit conditions * Civil penalties up to $10,000.00 per day
- Reckless burning under A.R.S. 13-1706 * Class 1 or 2 misdemeanor or Class 3 felony
Persons affected by a “No Burn” restriction are not entitled to a refund or an extension.
Agricultural burn permits can only be obtained October – April.
Area A Map (If you do not reside within a fire district/department coverage area, you must call the State Forester each day that you burn @ (800) 309-7081.)
Campfire, smoking and target shooting restrictions were also removed on the Tonto National Forest earlier this week (Sept. 24).